Making good policy decisions requires taking an honest look at our financial picture. And if we don’t look at long-term solutions to deal with our debt problem and uncompetitive tax code, that picture doesn’t look rosy.
We couldn't agree more. Working together to build on and steward this good will, we really can create a new South Carolina: a Palmetto State where every citizen has the opportunity to reach their full, God-given potential.
Great golf, gorgeous beaches, spicy shrimp and grits, and tea so sweet it’ll knock you into next Tuesday: welcome to South Carolina!
As we celebrate another Independence Day, let us not forget to thank the One who gives us our greatest freedoms.
Take just a few minutes to remember your freedom, and share it with other freedom-loving South Carolinians. Let’s make this #FreedomWeek one to remember!
As we remember the victims in the Charleston shooting and pray for their loved ones, let's also pray for leaders with the heart to speak truth and the courage to lead us toward a better way.
A South Carolina ESA law could help address education needs in our rural communities, take pressure off of communities like Mt. Pleasant that face overcrowded public schools and increase educational options for families across the state, putting more power into parents’ hands.
If King v. Burwell provides them with the opportunity, Congress should heed the overwhelming desire of the American people and create a system that makes healthcare accessible and affordable for each individual American.
Patients and taxpayers in our states are at the mercy of Congressional action to rein in abuse of 340B and restore the program’s original intent. Despite Congress’ long to-do list, this is one that should be a no-brainer. The time to act is now.
Every American – whatever their belief or political persuasion – has the right to support causes they believe in without fear of harassment, intimidation or invasion of their personal privacy. So what's the state of free speech in South Carolina?